It was fun to make a list but this was also a painful reminder that I see far fewer movies now than I once did.
Coming soon: A magical musician, the Satellite of Love, rival magicians, the ultimate cop, and more.
These hour-long mixes of Studio Ghibli music reveal a body of work that’s also deserving of recognition.
Coming soon: a Mel Brooks western, Mr. Miyagi, South Korean revenge, a vampire mockumentary, and Ah-nuld in his prime.
Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams stars in this superhero origin story for the social media era.
Coming soon: The greatest talking pig movie of all time, magicians, classic Schwarzenegger, classic James Bond, and more.
Coming soon: ’80s comedy and horror classics, a Parisian fairy tale, a farting corpse, giant robot lion action, and more.
Plenty of sequels and superhero movies but I’m just as excited by new films from some of my favorite directors.
This marks the first time that “Ocean Waves” will get a theatrical run throughout North America.
It certainly looks like it’s in keeping with the spirit of Ridley Scott’s sci-fi classic.
It’s passable late night entertainment but with a script that made better use of its ideas, it could’ve been a lot more.
No disrespect to Depeche Mode, but HKE’s track is a better match for the Ghost in the Shell aesthetic.
Nearly every moment of the trailer is bursting at the seams with something imaginative and eye-catching.
The new site takes a more community-based approach to film coverage.
The trilogy will get a limited theatrical run followed by a home video release.
I can only imagine seeing these King Hu masterpieces on the big screen.
The latest instance in Hollywood’s long history of casting white people as non-white characters.
It’s a tiny “blink and you’ll miss it” moment that’s a great example of why I love animation as a medium.
Thanks to German filmmaking duo T7 Production, the Sith Apprentice has never looked better.
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